The Day The Lulz Died: Twitter Troll Arrested For Tweeting Memes


It’s a sad day for egg avatars and people who use parentheses in sets of three. A Twitter troll has just been arrested for tweeting a meme.

Or, more specifically, for ALLEGEDY triggering a seizure in noted epileptic/Trump detractor Kurt Eichenwald.

What had happened was, some red-pilled cuck slayer thought it would be funny to send Ol’ Eichy a flickering meme designed to provoke a seizure. It worked, if we’re to believe the following tweet written by his wife. (Also if we’re to believe the tweet actually was written by his wife.)

The tweeter is now being charged under a federal stalking statue which basically says you can’t use Twitter to harm or murder someone, though this is a very broad interpretation of the law, considering the phrase “all the feels” makes me want to put my fist through a wall, meaning you could get tossed in the clink by the Feds if you tweet that to me and I end up hurting my hand.

Here’s a picture of a really trippy almond grid:

The arrest has sent shockwaves through the troll community, forcing people to stop and reconsider if tweeting a picture of Kermit sipping tea at Rosie O’Donnell will lead to a no-knock raid by a SWAT team at 3:00am. Another trippy image incoming:

The internet was once the freest form of expression known to man. Now what? Did you know they’re already introducing legislation to make answering with “Darude – Sandstorm” to someone asking in the YouTube comments section what the song in the video is a crime punishable by public flogging? Epileptics, avert your eyes, here comes another one:

This is just the begining, folks. Soon tweeting “jet fuel can’t melt steel beams” at Neil deGrasse Tyson will be a felony.

The Souther Poverty Law Center is adding “orly” to its list of Hate Speech Terms You Should Be Executed For.

Imagine a world where we execute people for Rick Rollling. Actually, I might be okay with that.